Riga, Latvia

Riga Cathedral, Riga, Latvia

Riga Cathedral, Riga, Latvia | Woongyoung Park, Google Maps

This week Pegman takes us to the capital of Latvia, in Riga’s Old Town. Your mission is to write up 150 words inspired by the location. Feel free to use the image supplied, or venture around Riga for something that inspires you. You may write fact or fiction, poetry or prose. The only only requirement is to keep your piece at 150 words or less, as a consideration to others.

Once your piece is polished, share it with others using the linkup below. Reading and commenting is part of the fun!

It was great to see some familiar faces last week as well as some new ones. If you’re on the fence about participating, now is a good time!

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18 Responses to Riga, Latvia

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  3. bearmkwa says:

    Looks interesting… I’ll have to come back later this afternoon, though. Swamped with ‘work’ today.

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  7. Hey, Karen, I’ll try piecing together something. Really struggled for inspiration at the Keys last week and in the end gave up. Hope this week isn’t so unproductive.

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